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Using the HTML title attribute

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Programming Sass to Create Accessible Color Combinations

We are always looking to make the web more accessible. Color contrast is just math, so Sass can help cover edge cases that designers might have missed.
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Block Links Are a Pain (and Maybe Just a Bad Idea)

As we noted in our complete guide, you can put an <a href=""> link around whatever chunks of HTML you like. Let’s call that a “block link.” Like you are wanting to link up an entire “Card” of content because it makes a big clickable target. … Read article “Block Links Are a Pain (and Maybe Just a Bad Idea)”

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Understanding Web Accessibility Color Contrast Guidelines and Ratios

What should you do when you get a complaint about the color contrast in your web design? It might seem perfectly fine to you because you’re able to read content throughout the site, but to someone else, it might be a totally different experience. How can put yourself in that person’s shoes to improve their experience?

There are some relatively easy ways to test contrast. For example, you can check the site on your phone or tablet in bright sunlight … Read article “Understanding Web Accessibility Color Contrast Guidelines and Ratios”

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Building an accessible autocomplete control

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The Deal with the Section Element

Two articles published the exact same day:

  1. Bruce Lawson on Smashing Magazine: Why You Should Choose HTML5 <article></article> Over <section></section>
  2. Adam Laki on Pine: The Difference Between <section></section> and <div></div> Element

They are comparing slightly different things, but they both involve the <section></section> element. … Read article “The Deal with the Section Element”

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Debunking the Myth: Accessibility and React

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“All these things are quite easy to do, they just need somebody to sit down and just go through the website”

I saw a video posted on Twitter from Channel 5 News in the UK (I have no idea what the credibility of them is, it’s an ocean away from me) with anchor Claudia Liza asking Glen Turner and Kristina Barrick questions about website accessibility.

Apparently, they often post videos with captions, but this particular video doesn’t (ironically). So, I’ve transcribed it here as I found them pretty well-spoken.… Read article ““All these things are quite easy to do, they just need somebody to sit down and just go through the website””

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A Whole Bunch of Places to Consider Contrast in a Single Paragraph

When we’re thinking about choosing colors in design, we’re always thinking about accessibility. Whenever colors touch, there is contrast and, if we’re talking about the color contrast of text, it needs to be high enough to be readable. This benefits people with a variety of visual disabilities, but also everyone appreciates easily readable text.

Let’s look at the color contrast considerations of just a single paragraph!… Read article “A Whole Bunch of Places to Consider Contrast in a Single Paragraph”

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